Barolo Audace DOCG 2010 Magnum - Roberto Sarotto
Refined Exuberant Noble
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Roberto Sarotto's Barolo Audace DOCG 2010 is an extraordinary sensory experience from the very first sip. This exceptional wine, crafted in the heart of Piedmont, masterfully embodies the nobility of the Nebbiolo grape variety. Its aromatic bouquet unfolds like an intricate tapestry of scents, where ripe red fruits, truffle, and almonds intermingle with subtle smoky nuances, creating an atmosphere of mystery in the air. On the palate, this Barolo distinguishes itself with impeccable balance. Lively acidity harmoniously melds with velvety tannins, resulting in a unique gustatory harmony. This symphony culminates in a soft and pleasing finish, with suggestive tertiary notes gradually revealing themselves. The 24-month aging process in oak barrels imparts a robust structure to the wine, accompanied by significant aging potential. This makes it the perfect accompaniment for succulent red meat dishes or aged cheeses, enhancing each bite with its complexity and depth. Roberto Sarotto's Barolo Audace 2010 is the ideal choice for a romantic dinner, where the wine itself takes center stage in an unforgettable experience. It also serves as an excellent companion during evenings with wine-loving friends, where conversation intertwines with the complexity of this extraordinary Italian wine.
Denomination: Barolo DOCG
Grape variety: Nebbiolo
Region: Piedmont (IT), Neviglie (CN)
Serving temperature: 16/18°
Alcohol content: 15% vol.
The Roberto Sarotto winery is located in Piedmont, in the heart of the Langhe, in Neviglie near the city of Alba. The company can count on 90 hectares of property in the most prestigious production areas of Piedmont, located in different areas: Ronconuovo (Neviglie) where the main vinification and bottling cellar is also located; Novello, Barolo, Neive, Mango. In Gavi, on the other hand, there is a Cortese winery for the production of Gavi from the municipality of Gavi.
The philosophy of the cellar is particularly aimed at the needs of final consumers. The combination of tradition and modern winemaking techniques, together with the care of the vineyard, brings to light a balanced and pleasant wine in compliance with environmental sustainability.